Aya Nakamura responds in her newest tune to the French excessive proper: “I don't need your approval” | EUROtoday

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The Franco-Malian star Aya Nakamurawhose attainable participation within the opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Games has precipitated controversy in Franceassaults his far-right detractors in his newest tune.

“I don't have enemies, they are the ones who don't love me. A lot of enemies I don't even know. I don't need their approval, I appear on the covers of magazines,” says the lyrics of 'Doggy‘.

The tune, of which some excerpts have been revealed years in the past however which was by no means commercialized, was revealed on Friday night time on the streaming platforms of the most listened to francophone singer on the earth.

The publication of this tune coincides with the controversy over the rap star's alleged participation within the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games on July 26.

Launched a number of weeks in the past by the weekly L’Expressthis speculation has not been confirmed by both the artist or the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, who would have proposed to the artist the potential for singing through the occasion a tune from one other of the myths of French music, Edith Piaf.

A state of affairs that outrages the acute proper: “Honestly, it is not a good symbol, it is one more provocation from Emmanuel Macron who must wake up every morning saying 'how am I going to humiliate the French people?'”, declared every week in the past the chief of the principle far-right occasion Marine Le Penwho thought of the singer's dressing fashion “vulgar.”

“You may like it or not, but she doesn't sing in French,” added one other far-right determine, Marion Maréchal.

The singer born 28 years in the past in Bamakohowever raised on the Parisian outskirts, she sings in a mixture of French and slang phrases from a number of languages.

“I have the impression that I have made you discover Edith Piaf and that she is reincarnated in me. The rest, whether you like it or not is my problem,” Nakamura wrote on social networks.

Aya Nakamura He met a worldwide success in 2018 together with his tune 'Djadja', with virtually 1,000 million views on YouTube, and final yr he launched his fourth album, 'DNK'.